Sexuality in Ireland: An Online Event

Explore the history of Sexuality in Ireland, 1900-2020

The first in a series of events from Creative Centenaries exploring the legacy of partition and the formation of Northern Ireland. Join Dr Tom Hulme, Jeffrey Dudgeon, Mary Ellen Campbell, and Dr Páraic Kerrigan as they explore a century of sexuality in Ireland.

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Tourism in Ireland

PhD candidate at Queen’s University Belfast, Jamie Nugent, delves into the history of tourism in Ireland and explores its development in the early part of the 20th century.

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Focus On… Violence

Take a moment to focus on Dr Ryan Mallon’s analysis of violence in Belfast in the early 1920s, exploring non-political and domestic violence.

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On This Day

On This Day: 9 September 1921

After several months of discussion Lloyd George responds to the Dáil's rejection of dominion status by suggesting a Scottish conference.

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One Hundred Years of Northern Irish Arts

Tune into this free online lecture by Paula McFetridge as she reflects on a century of the arts in Northern Ireland, hosted by Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum.

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Ireland Divided: The Birth of Northern Ireland 1918-1922

Join Dr Eamon Pheonix as he explores crucial moments in the formation of Northern Ireland, in conjunction with Northern Ireland Screen.

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‘Bring me into the spotlight of a London conference': Michael Collins from Truce to Treaty

Dr Anne Dolan, Dr William Murphy and David McCullagh will explore the politics of Michael Collins for this free online lecture hosted by The National Archives and National Library.

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Tim McGarry’s ‘The Long and the Short of It’ Live

Join David Hulme and Tim McGarry in this centenary special as they discuss the partition of Ireland as part of the Linen Hall Library’s Ireland Divided project.

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'Borderline: The People's Story' drama project comes to Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

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This theatrical tour will involve live performances in different locations of the site, produced by Kabosh Theatre Company, and telling the story of men and women affected by the events of 1921

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